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In pictures: Jackson memorabilia

custom display of Michael Jackson's signature crstyal glove

Veteran pop star Michael Jackson is planning to sell off more than 2000 personal items of memorabilia at an auction in April. These sparkly gloves are completely covered in Swarovski crystals.

Portrait of Michael Jackson

This painting of Jackson dressed as a king could sell for up to $6,000 (£4,234).

Painting by Macaulay Culkin

Former child actor Macaulay Culkin, best known for starring in Home Alone, painted this art work. He was very good friends with Jackson.

Scissorhand gloves

Jackson also plans to sell the actual scissorhand gloves that Johnny Depp wore in Tim Burton's film Edward Scissorhands.

Michael Jackson painting

It is thought this painting of popular culture and historic figures wearing Jackson's iconic glove and sunglasses might sell for up to $600 (£423).

Gumball machine

Oscar's Wild Ride gumball machine will also go under the hammer at the sale.

Replica of Sleeping Beauty Castle

This model of Disney's Sleeping Beauty castle is another one of the star's possessions to go under the hammer.

Prince, The Boy King painting

This piece of art depicts Jackson's son Prince Michael sleeping on a throne with attendants watching over him.

Neverland gates

One of the highlights of the auction is the wrought iron gates from Jackson's Neverland Ranch. It is expected they will sell for up to $30,000 (£21,242).

A jukebox

The five-day auction of items, including this vintage jukebox, will take place in April.



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